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    November 24, 2012
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>> in the news in saturday morning, emergency crews rescue a man stuck in a storm drain for hours overnight. and small businesses are hoping shoppers have money leftover today after black friday. we will have more on small business saturday. good morning, everyone, i'm terry mcsweeney. if you think about getting involved in small business saturday you can't use whether as an excuse, it will be gorgeous. here's lisa argen. >> hi, everyone. maybe not cooperating today guess you into the season. it's going to feel like spring out there. here's a look downtown where we have clear skies, numbers in the 50s. and by this afternoon we are going to warm up significantly
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once again. mid-60s at our coast. 68 half moon bay and oakland warms to 72. 71 san jose and 72 up in the north bay, a well. a little fog may be forming this morning before the sun officially comes up at 7:00. then we will see morph an on shore push tonight. that will bring the low clouds and fog back from the ocean and it will bring a cooler sunday. the temperatures will continue to cool into the week ahead until rain comes back into the forecast big time. we will talk about it later. terry. >> thanks a lot, lisa. >> one day after black friday, here's small business saturday. one of the places that's happening today is on berkeley. and fourth street. good morning, kera. >> good morning, terry. unfortunately no stores are open yet but as lisa and you mentioned, it will be a beautiful day to support your local businesses. this street is so cute and this
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is just one of many bay area streets where shopkeepers are hoping people will come out, mingle with their neighbors, perhaps avoid the kay as of big boxes stores. of course, it's happening all over the bay area. we have video from albany where stores are promoting the fact they are indeed local. shop owners hope that fact will bring in customers even though they can't offer the deep discounts that a big box store can. we spoke with one shop keep who are tells us why supporting local businesses is so important to a community as a whole. speaking for this business in particular, the owner has values that i really respect and she investors a lot in the community, in the local schools and sometimes partners with other local businesses so it's kind kind of a per pet situation of success and reinvestment in the
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community that i don't see -- that i don't see that may exist but i don't see as much in big, huge stores where the dollar is really the biggest concern. and customer service is another selling point the small business clerks hope will real in the customers today and keep them coming back. this, by the way, is the third year for small business saturday. last year an estimated 103 million americans supported this day and spent their money on main street. 67% of people familiar with the initiative say they will participate. so will you, as well? something to think about. reporting live in berkeley, abc7 news. all right. thanks very much. a man who fell and got stuck 7 feet down a storm drain has been rescued in the east bay after more than three hours in that fight. the contra costa fire units finally were able to free the 27-year-old man from the storm drain near the best buy store on fitzgerald drive shortly after midnight. someone her his cries for help
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about 9:00. he was in there at least three hours. but he suffered only minor abrasions from his shoulder from being wedged inside the core gated metal pipe. authorities are investigating how he became to be stuck inside the pipe in the first place. we are learning more about a deadly crashed that killed two people in palo alto yesterday. the family was heading home after early morning black friday shopping. we have the latest. >> they wanted to go shopping for black friday. >> bob is a friend of the family who was in this horrific extent early friday morning. he said a father, mother and four daughters were all coming back from a shopping trip in gilroy. he said the gold lexus suv they were in rear ended a chp patrol car that pulled over to help another vehicle. the s.u.v. flipped over, scattering gifts all over the roadway. >> while the s.u.v. was overturning, two parties were ejected out of the vehicle.
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one of the parties succumbed to the injuries at the scene. one of the daughters, a 24-year-old, died at the seen. an uncle told abc7 she'd been shopping for her wedding in india next month. another daughter also died. >> because they wanted to go to india to mary, the first one. >> and she passed a way? >> she passed away and the second one passed away. >> it was shocking. >> four of the family members in the s.u.v. were wearing seatbelts at the time according to chp. the two daughters who died were not. sky 7hd was over the traffic jam on the highway. traffic was snarled for about six hours while investigators investigated the crash. a seven minute trip to work took this man about 40 minutes. >> getting to my location where i do business, traffic was a nightmare.
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>> the family is living a nightmare. the mother is at stanford medical center in serious condition. the father and two other daughters are at valley medical center in san jose and we don't know what their condition is at this point. the chp officer was not seriously injured and the accident is under investigation. in palo alto, abc7 news. this morning a family in the south bay will bury their youngest son. rory park petiford became the 42nd homicide. the 22 we're old was killed eight days ago after being shot outside a 711 during an attempted carjacking. services will be held this morning. signs of the christmas holiday season are popping up around the bay area. several tree lighting ceremonies held yesterday and many places business hoping the holidays will also light up sales. we have the details from
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san jose. >> three, two, one! >> with the flip of a switch the holidays began in san jose. a long-standing tradition of christmas in the park. >> beautiful. it's great. we are coming out here, bringing my grand daughter and having a nice time. it's wonderful today. >> it's complete with an ice skating rink comes just in time for san jose. across town the nhl lockout means no ice, no hockey at the shark tank. >> the hockey strike, the downtown needs to be able to bring people in. >> the city councilman said the loss of hockey fans has hurt big time. >> you don't know what you have until you have don't have it. that's what's happening. >> he misses all those hungry shark fans and hopes this festival will be a gift. >> without this it will be a really sad holiday. >> having been a long time san jose sharks fans since i was a kid. >> he helped open the brew pub
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began. christieiam gucci said the holiday spirit is kneaded right a way. it's an amazing opportunity for families to come and enjoy the holidays and enjoy opportunities together. hopefully it will help the economy in downtown. >> on friday we learned the nhl cancelled all hockey games through mid-december. still many are optimistic the sharks will take to the ice before the end of the year. in san jose, abc7 news. >> 25,000 people, twice as many as last year, crowded into san francisco's union square for last night's annual tree lighting ceremony. three, two, one! it was the 23rd straight year for the macy's sponsored tree lighting. 33,000 lights.
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1100 ornaments cover that 83-foot tree. california's great america in santa clara the second annual global winter wonderland is underway. lights, lanterns and lasers highlight the display. they also have face painters, jugglers, fire dancers and fire eaters. coming up, why they are planning to resume the remains of yasser arafat in a few days.
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of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> this is abc7 news. >> veteran actor and '80s icon larry hagman has died. hag is probably best known as the oil baron j.r. august on the hit series "dallas." he appeared from 1978 to 1991. earlier this year he revived his j.r. role in a reboot of the series on cable. according to a dallas newspaper,
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costars linda gray and patrick duffy were at his bedside when he died. he was 81 years old. >> new this morning the remains of yasser arafat will be exumed on tuesday. palestinian leaders suspect he was boys sonned by israel, something israeli officials deny. traces of radioactive substances were detected on his clothing earlier this year. his remains will be reburied the same day with small honors. also this morning there is outrage in pakistan after a roadside bomb shattered a religious holiday killing at least seven people, including three children. the blast injured 30 people who were attending a procession in northwest pakistan. pakistan has suspended mobile phone service for two days to prevent such bombings since cell phones are often used as detonators. >> an explosion that rocked springfield, massachusetts last night was caught on camera. the blast leveled a bar and
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el damaged twelve buildings nearby. it was fueled by a gas leak. no one died, but 18 people suffered non-life-threatening injuries and half of them were firefighters. new this morning, the low water levels on the mississippi will level are about to get lower. the missouri river res view will be lowered in response to a doubt. it could potentially bring barge traffic on the mississippi to a halt within a few weeks. the river is nearing historic lows. the river carries or barges carry 20% of the nation's coal and 60% of u.s. grain exports. in the midwest they are talking about a drought. but not here. >> yeah, isn't this beautiful. the view outside you are looking at the clear sky. we have a little bit of fog in the north bay and we will talk about when this is going to end
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because there is an end in site with the return to rain. that's coming up. >> only one gets the wi
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>> lisa argen just in moments ago, seconds ago with a brand new updated forecast. >> ah-ha. lots to talk about. sunny, mild conditions to start out and then it all fades away. >> all right. with the rain? >> yeah. >> we won't think about this right now. >> but some people looking forward to that. >> it will be nice. >> this can get old, the mild and dry conditions. here's a look from julyner peak in morning out toward mt. diablo. what a gorgeous start to the day. it is clear out there. and from our sutro camera, no clouds at all. but we are looking at a little bit of ground fog up to the north and novato and santa rosa. that has brought the visibility down to less than a half-mile in in novato and about a mile in santa rosa.
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live doppler hd, with cloud cover offshore. this will come into lay tomorrow, the low clouds and fog. more-like a summertime pattern pulling in overnight ton. that will aid in a little bit of cooling for the latter half of your weekend and take us through the neck several days. we have that to look forward. to right now we have north win allowing for the temperatures to stay up in santa rosa. 52, i should say, san francisco. but we are cool in the upper 30s from the delta, napa and santa rosaa with that limited visibility. 45 in san jose. good morning, livermore. you are on your way to a very filed afternoon. take a look at salinas at 64. we look at these numbers. into the mid-70s today. if you like it sunny, mild, spring like, you will like the next several days. we are look slowly at the high ridge of pressure and that will bring a return to the rain tuesday and this wednesday. strong winds are anticipated on
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wednesday, as well. the next system late thursday and into friday to begin the rainy period to the end of the upcoming week. we have a little bit of everything for you. although the snow level starting out quite high for this next system. right now, though, nothing to talk about except high pressure at the surface and the upper levels and that is keeping the storm track well to the north. so much of california enjoying not only sunny skies, but temperatures really unusually warm for this time of year. so enjoy that and we will have that for the next several days. here we are tuesday, 5:00. the rain stays offshore. but look how tight we've got those sisobars. that means we have a strong system that will set up to the north and west of us. that will allow for windy witnesses. maybe not a lot of rain but wind headed our way, as well. with 9:00 wednesday morning, all of the state looking wet. and it looks like we are going to keep the rainy conditions in the forecast, although this system gives us a break
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wednesday into thursday. then the next system allowing for more wet weather to come our way not only friday but looks like next weekend is going to be wet as well. first things first, looking at very sunny conditions and mild temperatures. 72 fremont as well as oakland today. 71 livermore, san jose 68 vallejo, and 75 watsonville. plenty of seasonal events going on around the bay. but, you know what? it's really going to feel like spring out there. today the warmest day out of the next seven. more fog tomorrow. that will cool us back with the on shore flow continuing into monday. clouds thickening on tuesday. the rain and wind on wednesday. thursday it's leftover showers and a rainy weekend. i think we are ready, we are due. >> we are due, and you were talking about the water levels need a little spruce up? >> especially not south bay. >> thanks very much. well, we are joined from new york to tell us what is coming up on 7:00 on "good morning america."
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good morning to you. >> good morning to you, terry. did you go shopping yesterday? >> not a chance. not a chance. didn't go out at all. my date with the mall is a couple weeks from now. >> yeah, i agree. i'm with you. i'm sort of a last minute shopper, not one of these millions who frantically win out yesterday across the country battling for big bargains on black friday which, of course, we know this year began thursday night. michelle will tell you how those extra hours of shopping fared for retailers as well as the hottest items flying off the shelf so far this holiday season. also celebrity drama in your neck of the woods. new detail about the brawl outside hali blair's home that ended up some of the hospital. how will it affect her international custody battle? and tonight's power ball drawing is at a cool $325 million. it's the fourth largest ever. but with all the holiday madness, has the big game gotten
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lost in the shuffle? again, this is out in your neck of the woods. have you seen this camel chaos? a huge camel shocking everyone in los angeles as it charges down a busy street. we will tell you how he got loose, where he came from, and how they caught him. only in l.a. >> only in l.a., and only on "good morning america" are we going to find out information people need how to catch a camel if it's stray in your neighborhood. >> how to catch a camel and how to avoid a camel. >> all right. thanks very much. have a great day. >> see ya later, you two. in sports this afternoon, stanford lays ucla at the rose bowl with a win they can clinch the north bowl division. and the starter for tomorrow's game in new orleans for the 49ers is still a mystery. here's the sports.
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>> good morning. first question at friday's press conference for jim harbaugh, who will start as quarterback sunday. harbaugh's answer? we feel there's no competitive advantage for us to release that information for our organization or for our team. the problem is safety donte' whitner let the cat out of the bag. colin kaepernick will be the starter. both kaepernick and smith on the practice field and getting reps friday. the answer seems obvious, nooners play the saints tomorrow yet alex smith hasn't been cleared to play. harbaugh said sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me. >> it's not something that's an advantage for us to talk about. you may have your opinions on it. if it's unorthodox, you know, sobeit. you can call me names if you want or make sport of me, but that's the way we are going to go about it. >> if we call him anything we will call him indecisive. we can call him that without
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getting into trouble. nothing indecisive about the warriors play of late. winners of four out of five but placing a denver team that ripped their heart out two weeks ago at oracle. david lee driving. and mcgee blocking. corey brewer the other way. no. andre iguodala tries the flush. no. faried right behind. denver up 6. warriors outscore the nuggets in the second quarter. klay thompson all of his 16 points in the first half. the three, warriors up three at the break. second half a different story. nuggets piling it on andre iguodala. the set shot 3. a game high 29. that capped a 15-0 run. mcgee, the guy is tall. he can dunk big. steph curry, a nonfactor. foul trouble midwest of the game. the warriors are in minute
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tonight. >> the directv classic in anaheim. directional and the tigers upset xavier in the opening opener. taking it to the gales as well. the driving, scoring, 2 of 18. 27-16 gaels. tigers too much. they shoot 53% from the field, 830% on free throws. and gales first loss of the year 76-56. -- 76-66. stanford winners over northern iowa in a tournament in the bahamas yesterday. as for the football team, formula is simple. beat ucla later today at the rose bowl and they are pac-12 north champs. like cardinals, bruins coming off a huge win. they synched the south a week ago saturday. should stanford beat ucla to win the north, the two teams again will play again in the pac-12 championship game this coming friday. >> this is one week of friday and one game. that's what we are counting on. we will be prepared for it. >> i'm counting on our team's maturity.
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and all year long we've talked about last week's game didn't help this week's game. >> we finished the game on a high and now we come back next week and start from ground zero. >> stanford and ucla, a 3:30 kickoff today at the rose bowl. we will have complete highlights and postgame reaction in "after the game" at 8:30. with a look at morning sports. i'm collin resch. have great day, everyone. coming up, a unique plan in the north bay to lure police officers from other agencies. and the best way to keep package thieves at bay during this busy delivery season. and moving out after being ordered out. residents of a peninsula marina are not giving up hope of returning home.
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>> topping our news this half-hour, police are sending a message to the community, warning them that thieves who work overtime this time of year look for packages left at front doors. ups is chiming in too on how you can protect your belongings. abc7 news reporter nick smith reports from the piedmont police station with the latest on the holiday crime trend. [ knocking on door ] >> ups. >> u.p.s. will ship
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more than 525 million packages over the holiday and fedex 280 million packages to homes across the country. partly because customers are doing more of their shopping online. >> i was not waiting for my package, but i appreciate u.p.s. ringing the doorbell because when they do, i come right away. but not everyone can be home with their packages are due to arrive and thieves know it. take a look at this. fremont police are still working to identify a woman who stole a package from this home in the middle of the day. the homeowner wasn't there at the time, but was able to capture the entire incident on his home surveillance system. this is how it went down. when u.p.s. delivered the package, an alert was sent to his smartphone. moments later there was a second alert. >> showed him coming up on the porch and taking the package. >> she also made off with groceries collected a as holiday food donation.
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it's a crime on the rise. >> it's not unusual for it to happen up here and the surrounding areas. >> the sergeant said the thieves operate quickly, following delivery trucks and make their move as soon as the driver clears the area. somebody will drive by and run up on the porch, grab them and jump back in the vehicle and take off. >> most thieves are looking for electronics and high end gifts. ups offers these tips to prevent you from becoming a victim. sign up for notice delivery. define a delivery window. choose an alternate delivery location, and for three dollars you can sign up for a signature required service. >> great idea. so now i have to be on top of my package delivery. >> i have an update for the video that i showed you earlier in the piece. i spoke with the police and they told me because the video was played on abc7 news and social media, they are currently working actively. in piedmont, nick smith, abc7 news. with the next big shopping day, cyber monday, a few days
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away, shipping companies are getting ready for their busy season. fedex predetectives this career will be the busiest in the history of that company and the busiest day is going to be monday, september 10th. fedex speck to deliver more than 19 million packages on that day alone. that's 10% more than last year, double the volume it handles on an average day. >> our media partner, the contra costa times reports the council will consider tuesday to offer a retirement formula of 3% at age 50. that allows public safety officers to retire at age 50 at 3% of their final year of pay multiplied by years of service. right now the formula is 3% at 55. right now the california highway patrol is look for new recruits. they plan to take application for their next recruiting class
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in january. but be warned, becoming an officer is not easy. screening process takes up to 18 months, weeds out of 97% of applicants. you have to be between the ages of 20 and 35, must be a high school graduate. no felony convictions. applicants must also pass physical and psychological evaluations. ? people who live in a small private marina in redwood city of moving out while others are fighting plans to convert the property into a luxury condominium complex. it's called pete's harbor located off 101 not far from ripple avenue. we have the story. >> betty and her husband were leaving pete's harbor with all their belongings. this after living here aboard their boat for 12 years. >> it was wonderful. we enjoyed it. we had a little community. >> most of the people living on boats in the small, charming marina have left.
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here are the empty berths. only 36 of some 88 tenants who lived on boats in august are here. they were all be given eviction notices that they would have to move by mid-january. pete's widow, paula, wants to sell the property to a developer who is planning to build a 411 unit apartment and condo complex. the family attorney, ted, said all the leases since 2002 were month to month, noting that it was for sale. he said this was pete's ultimate vision for the harbor he built more than five decades ago. >> it will bring $2.4 million of property tax into the city. $1 million of which will go to the schools. it will create 2,000 jobs in our community building this project out. >> but a tenant's group is fighting the development. buckley and wendy stone have lived aboard their 42-foot cruiser 20 years. they don't any where they are going. >> i'm on a fixed income. i can't afford to put a down payment down someplace. >> he has no hard feelings
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against the lady. she helped him when he had cancer and told him not to worry about the berth rental when he was sick. >> she used to bring they food and we were friends. >> he said the fight is with the developers who are leasing the outer harbor. that harbor is now open to the public and anyone can rent a berth there but new project will limit the berths to only residents forecast new complex. >> when the state gave the lease they said only so long will it be used as a commercial harbor so it's really not theirs. >> they filed an appeal with the redwood city council. the appeal will be heard on january 28th. by then it may be too late for the tenants because they have been told to move out by january 15th, two weeks before the hearing. vic lee, abc7 news. coming up, spawning a rebirth of the salmon population. the record number of fish returning to california's rivers and streams.
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>> right now let's take a live look at our camera atop mount tam. another gorgeous shot, one after the other today. it has been spectacular. you have a warm forecast coming up. 60s, 70s, perhaps an owemation natural 80. lisa argen with your forecast in
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>> developing news in san jose where police have arefereed more than 40 people that clashed with hospitals at a house party. it began on pratt avenue about 10:00 last night when 911 calls came in about a noisy party. officers show up and they are hit by bottles. one officer was injured by managed to call for backup. about 60 officers responded and wound up arresting 33 adults and nine juveniles on charges ranging from misdemeanors to assault on a peace officer. in sonoma county salmon are returning to local rivers and streams in record numbers. as wayne friedman learned, one of the best places to watch them is a winery. did you guys like this? >> here they come for the wine. the vineyards know all too well they stay for the fish. there are big ones in dry creek which runs through the property. >> yeah, right in there. one is just hovering there getting ready to lay their eggs.
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a chinook just back from the sea and this year they are returning in record numbers. >> in excess of 6300 fish in the last decade. >> counted that many? >> yes. >> the water agency has spent considerable time and money to restore the salmon runs. they know the number because they have video and have counted the fish moving upstream. the agency has focused mostly on cohoe and steelhead, but seeing the numbers bodes well. >> just an indicator of the good conditions. >> unless you know exactly what you are looking for, they are difficult to see, but once you spot one, take a camera on the end of a stick, put it in the water, and you will see it. this fish, they say, is days away from laying eggs on the sandy bottom and continuing the life cycle. >> i was surprised how big it was and that it wasn't silver. it's pretty amazing actually. >> it is one experience that you
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can enjoy salmon as a meal. in the dry creek valley they are ordering the pinot and watching. abc7 news. >> drinking wine and counting fish. that wouldn't be a bad way to spend the day. it will be a good day to be outside. >> absolutely. temperatures will be above normal. talking plenty of 70 #* 70s out there. the sun officially up at 7:00 this morning. you can see a little bit of haze out there. we have some ground fog in novato and santa rosa. if you like this, you will like the next couple of days. for the rest of you who want the rain, that's coming back too. we will talk about it. >> she's got it all. also aschedule. mike finney tests those apps
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if you are out shopping and using your smartphone, be warned. police say thieves are ready to snatch phones right out of your hand. they recommend installing an app that can track your phone if it is stolen, but does the app really work? 7 on your side's michael finney tried to find out. police say a tracking app is your best chance of getting your phone back from a thief. but how likely are are you to find the guy who ran off with it?
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we tried one out for ourselves. >> you are walking with your i-phone, texting on a bus. plugged into your earbuds. you are also risking theft. >> what we see is most of our robberies that are occurring in the city involve some sort of the smartphone. >> there were more than 1,000 phone robberies in san francisco from january to august alone. it happened to this man on a muni train. >> he reached down and grabbed the phone and he just took off like he was a world-class track star. >> the best thing again is to have those applications that allow you to track your device. >> police recommend an app like this one, find my i-phone. can it really find your phone? we tested it out. two abc7 interns took off with our i-phone. intern's lisa's job is to find it. she logs on to find my i-phone. it identifies a device and the green dot in points the
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location, zooming in. there's the i-phone on the corner of davis and jackson streets. lisa drives to the spot and uses another i-phone to track down our thief. >> they are at the edge of the park. >> the map shows the phone inside the green area. >> it's right there. >> lisa heads for the park, but our thieves aren't there. >> so if we are here. >> maybe she's reading the map wrong? she gets help from a friend. >> they are on that side, right? >> yeah. >> so -- >> this is jackson. >> okay. >> now she thinks she's got them cornered. >> they should be right on this edge over here. >> lisa goes to the other end of the park. however, our thieves are not there either. >> they should be on davis and jackson, which is exactly where we are. and i was thinking they would be standing right there, but i don't see them. >> now she hits the button that makes the alarm go off from the
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stolen phone. however, she didn't hear any alarm. finally we get a little hint. the thieves are inside a coffee shop. now she's getting warm. she hits the alarm button again and this time it is heard. >> hello, look at that! it's ringing! >> she finds our phone inside the coffee roaster, though it required a little cheating. lisa said it's still a worthwhile app, just realize the locator isn't all that precise. >> so i was just running around like a crazy person inside the park looking for them. and they were watching me across the street from a coffee shop. >> "find my i-phone" is a free app already on your phone though you do need to activate it. android, blackberry and microsoft have tracking apps to. police say they have helped locate thieves and they help you wipe data off your phone from a remote location so your identity won't be stolen along with your phone. i'm michael finney, 7 on your
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side. >> lease arc is here now and really we have two seasons in one kay. a fall morning and a spring or fall summer afternoon. >> summer. how about 73 in santa cruz today? >> i'll take that! >> that will definitely be summer-like and we have it for you right now. certainly not 73 but 40s and 50s along the central coast. it is cool in monterey the 46. this is santa cruz. as we head up-closer to home we are talking about upper 40s in emeryville so the numbers have dropped and that's due to the clear conditions. the air mass is quite mild and with plenty of sunshine today we will be warming quickly. although low clouds and fog or the ground fog definitely visiting parts of the north bay. live doppler 7hd right now. we around picking up rain but we are looking at visibility less than a quarter mile for our friends in santa rosa. and also by the delta, temperatures all in the north bay and out toward the delta.
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our coolest, upper 30s with 41 in the livermore valley, 45 in santa rosa, and plenty of fog in the san joaquin valley. but elsewhere we are talking about some chilly conditions at our coast. a mild spot, 52 san francisco. 40 in gilroy. you will warm again into the 70s today. sunny and mild with gradual cooling tomorrow as low clouds and fog off the coast will evect across the bay. that gives us more of the summertime pattern. tomorrow cooler in the afternoon. that will be the forecast again for monday. still plenty of sunshine and by tuesday the clouds certainly thicken and the rainy pattern begins midweek and accompanying that rain will be plenty of wind, as well. as that first system comes out of the southwest. right now the high pressure remains firmly in control. it will begin to weaken later on today but it will not give way until the next several days. so that keeps the storm track
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well to the north. the rain, the wind and nothing but mild conditions. but let's fast forward to tuesday night, 5:00. we have rain off the coast. but this system will be more impressive with its wind. we will see a little bit of rain, but the win will be with us from wednesday morning into the afternoon. here comes the rain wednesday night. and then that's the first system so a little break behind it. then by thursday and into friday we've got a couple of waves of rain headed our way. high elevation snow to start out. hopefully we will get some colder storms in here, though, by the end of the weekend. today, though, look for temperatures in the 70s. in fact more 70s than 60s out there. 72 oakland, fremont. 68 san mateo, as well as san francisco and half moon bay with 77 in gilroy, near 80 in hollister, 69 monterey. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the warmest day of the week. cool we're the clouds in the morning and the west wind.
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numbers a couple degrees cooler monday. a the lighting of the snowmen, i thought i would like that in sonoma. >> they have the snowmen there. >> yeah. >> isn't it going to melt today? >> yeah. doesn't look good for that. but winner wonderland in san rafael. >> and the turkey trot. that sounds wild. all right. lisa, thanks very much. we have develop news right now out of puerto rico. some sad news to report from the boxes world. healthter komacho has died of being taken off life support in puerto rico. he was shot in his hometown on thursday and declared brain dead. he remained on life support until this morning. the family announcing throughout the week they were going to take him off life support today, and they have. the former world champ boxer was just 50 years of age. coming up next, a major
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makeover for some disney characters you know. they are getting a new look. we will tell you why
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>> here are the winning numbers from last night's $41 million megamillions drawing. nobody got them all. so tuesday night's jackpot
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estimated at $49 million. folks, fur dying for a much bigger jackpot, the power ball, which is now sold in california, it's $325 million. some disney icons are getting a new look. minimouse is getting a makeover. she glamming up for the holidays at barney's in new york. we saw her on the runway and she's not alone. other characters including mickey, goofy and even snow white got in on the makeover. don't worry about it, folks, it's all just temporary. disney is the parent company of abc news. don't worry, they will go back to the way they were. >> this day does not need a makeover. it's looking pretty good. >> yeah, it's beautiful out there. a little chilly in the north bay and some ground fog developing around novato and santa rosa. but later on today plenty of 70s. how about 68 downtown. 72 oakland, fremont. 71 san jose. look at this. watsonville 75. 79 hollister, 69 monterey. today the warmest day of the next seven. a little fog today and that will cool us back with the west wind. still sunny. clouds thicken tuesday.
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here come the rain and wind on wednesday, thursday and friday. plenty of days to get prepared for that, and you should because it looks like a prolonged rain and wind event. >> you can call it much-needed rain, though, because we do. >> yes. >> thank you for joining us on the abc7 saturday morning news. the news continues at 1:00 a.m. you asked for it, now the abc7 news exclusive alarm clock app is available for your android. download now for free from the amazon app store for android and on google play. the free alarm clock app is still available if you have an i-phone. good morning america is
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good morning, america. this morning, black and blue friday. america's annual orgy of capitalism gets dicey. >> slow down. people are going to get hurt.